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(Updated on 17/01/2016)

 

 


 

  • Paws In Jobland (paws.bridges.com)
    "is an excellent interactive site for young people to explore careers. It’s designed for younger students, and is also very accessible for English Language Learners of all ages."
    (Larry Ferlazzo)

 

  • Interactive Book - Jobs
    "Learn / revise the vocabulary related to jobs and the difference between the present simple and the present continuous (BE + V-ing) with this interactive book!"

    Created by Laurence Haquet (Ac. Rouen)

 

 

  • To have something done
    "Listen to Peter Carter's podcast, then play the game."
    Activity created by: Renée Maufroid

 

  • Strike vocabulary - Matching exercise - interactive
    (ressources_fdla.univ-lyon3.fr)

 

  • Cooks today and in the past
    "This resource pack compares the work of a school canteen cook today with the work that might have been undertaken by a cook in a medieval castle.
    In the introductory section, pupils meet a cook from each era and are guided through a description of each cook's work in a storybook style.
    The main session and plenary include interactive activities designed to emphasise the similarities and differences between the kitchens of the 14th century and the present day."

    (ngfl-cymru.org.uk)




 

  • Applying for a Job - Reading Comprehension for Lower Intermediate Level Learners and Classes
    (about.com)

 

  • Jobs - photo + QCM
    (skyblues67)




  • Jobs - photo (see above) + matching
    (skyblues67)
  • Jobs
    ex : "A fashion designer is a person who ...
    cuts people's hair.
    works in the army.
    works on a boat.
    plays music on the radio or in clubs.
    designs new clothes."

    (kaleidovox.hu)
  • Famous people - no pictures
    - Choisir la fin de phrase qui correspond à la personne célèbre.

    (s.mound.free.fr)

  • PROFESSIONS - Matching exercise : "Plumbers / repair taps"
    - Faire repérer la faute d'orthographe à 'greengrocers')

    (Isabel Perez)
  • Métiers - jeu (traduction)
    (Hervé Humbert)
  • Jobs (easy exercise) :
    A butcher is a person who... 1) sells glasses. 2) sells flowers. 3) sells meat. 4) sells fruit and vegetables. 5) sells bread and cakes.
    (Better English)
  • Occupations -
    ex : A person who makes clothes for a living is called a ___. a. plumber b. tailor c. doctor
    (a4esl)
  • Jobs - What do they do? (Choose the right answer)
    (eflclub)
  • What is my job? ex : "I work in an office. I type letters and answer the phone."
    (a4esl)
  • Simple Present - Jobs
    ex : "A teacher a) works in a shop. b) works in a school. c) cleans windows."
    (s.mound.free.fr)

  • A job interview - "Read the dialogue and then answer the questions."
    (a4esl)
  • Job interview - texte suivi d'un exercice (True ? / False ?)
    (a4esl)
  • Banking and Business Abbreviations
    "Use the following drop-down list to test your knowledge or access meanings of common banking and business abbreviations."
    (esl.about.com)
  • Job goals - texte suivi de questions
    (a4esl)
  • Job duties - texte suivi d'un exercice (fill in the gaps)
    (a4esl)
  • The Mary Rose , Henry VIII's favourite 16th century warship - with many activities
    Explore The Mary Rose : meet the crew - "find out about the work of some of the crew by clicking on the faces"
    (pilot - soldier - gunner - cook - barber-surgeon - carpenter - officers - archer)

    - with AUDIO
    (maryrose.org)